Once a lunch spot for tobacco-plant workers, this restaurant is now a contemporary dining destination with a retro vibe that includes individual jukeboxes that play vintage music. The lunch counter is among the original architectural elements. This groundbreaking restaurant lured folks back downtown before its renaissance and it's still as popular as ever. Brunch is always packed with patrons enjoying specialties such as the Devil's Mess, a delicious but sloppy egg dish. Dinner brings a more sophisticated menu with options such as Thai spicy shrimp, grilled quail and grits, and crabcakes.